It’s a performance with absolutely zero attempt – nada – to polish any rough edges.
The Ministry of Education has apologised to Canterbury schools and communities for their handling of school mergers and closures after the 2011 earthquakes.
Stories of the Canterbury earthquakes will move to a new home in August. But what does it mean for Christchurch?
Mainland has missed out on a series of national workshops run by two-time Futsal World Cup winner Marcos Sarato.
The Christchurch Arts Centre has launched a new outdoor exhibition to represent hope and renewal in the earthquake-damaged city.
What really goes on at the New Zealand Broadcasting School?
One team confronts Real Madrid and their gelled maestro, stays in the battle for 45 minutes – and then falls at the galaticos sword. We have seen it time and time again. A purple patch for the men in purple, as has been the case so very often.
We all have the capacity, no matter how old, to follow our dreams and make them happen. We all have the capacity to be the best in the world. But what is it that holds us back?
It might just be the most groundbreaking, open-book address of a city rising from the ruins.
Winston Peters always seems to have his hand in the pot of gold. And 2017, another election year, seems to be no different.